Servant Leadership

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Situational Leadership by Ken Blanchard

Here, the great Ken Blanchard and his son Scott explain what Situational Leadership means. Towards the end of this 3-minute clip they also describe 'servant leadership'. This clip is reproduced here with the permission of the Ken Blanchard Group of Companies

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What’s Your Leadership Truthiness Quotient?

I may be into leadership and the effects of globalization on people and organizations, but I also have a keen sense of humor.

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Martin Luther King on Servant Leadership

"Everybody can be great because anybody can serve...
You only need a heart full of grace, a soul generated by love.
And you can be that servant."
- Dr. Martin Luther King

More on servant leadership here:   

Wikipedia definition of servant leadership

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Muhammad Ali on Servant Leadership

“Service to others
is the rent you pay
for your room here on earth.”
- Muhammad Ali

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Is Tough-Ass Leadership Better Than Servant Leadership?

From Changing Winds

As a Western society we’ve been enraptured with leadership for decades. The past 20 years have witnessed a tidal wave of books on leadership and management, with most of them having short shelf lives and, in reality, providing gimmicky messages based on flimsy or non-existent research.

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Desmond Tutu on servant leadership (video)

I like this from the great Desmond Tutu. Perhaps most of all I love that little aha/half-chuckle at the beginning of his answer.

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"Servant Leadership is No Joke"

I recently posted on my blog a video from Arthur C Brooks.  He went to BYU and presented a forum titled "Why Giving Matters."  In it he discussed why leaders should give.  I spliced the video and posted it on my blog to highlight the part about leadership.  You can get the full mp3 of his address from this website.

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Attempts at servant leadership in a military institution

After more than a century of training leaders for the Armed Forces, the Philippine Military Academy recently attempted to introduce the concept of servant leadership to the cadets.  The idea had  and continues to have a difficult time catching on and met (and will continue to meet) a wall of resistance not only from the cadets but also from the graduates and alumni.